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1607 PERU-EXCHANGE OF PUBLICATIONS-OCTOBER 16, 20 , 1936 Municipality of Lima: Annual Report of the Alcalde; Bulletin of the Municipal Library; Regulations of the Municipality; Municipal Decrees and Resolutions. National Academy of Medicine: Annals of Peruvian Medicine. College of Lawyers of Lima: Revista del Foro ("Court Review") GeographicalSociety of Lima: Review of the Geographical Society. The American Charge d'Affaires ad interim (Dreyfus) to the Peru- vian Minister of Foreign Affairs (Ulloa) No. 1177 EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Lima, October 20, 1936. EXCELLENCY: With reference to our conversations, to my memorandum on Au- gust 28 last, and to Your Excellency's note No. 6-3/103 of October 16, 1936, I have the honor to express our agreement for the exchange of official publications between the Governments of the United States of America and of Peru, as follows: There shall be a complete exchange of official publications between Peru and the United States of America, which shall be conducted under the following terms: 1. The official exchange office on the part of Peru is Section of Propaganda and Publications of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The official exchange office for the transmission of publications of the United States is the Smithsonian Institution. 2. The exchange sendings shall be received on behalf of Peru by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; on behalf of the United States by the Library of Congress. 3. Peru will furnish regularly in one copy the official publications of the departments, offices and institutions which appear in the at- tached list.1 The list shall be extended to include, without the neces- sity of subsequent negotiations, the publications of any new offices that the State may create in the future. 4. The United States will furnish regularly in one copy a full set of the official publications of the departments, bureaus, offices, and institutions which appear in the attached list number two. 2 The list shall be extended to include, without the need of subsequent ne- gotiations, the publications of any new offices that the State may create in the future. For list, see p. 1605. ' For list, see p. 1608.